Great schools communicate in ways that perpetuate positive thought.

Properly crafted messages will compel families to spread good news about your school within the community, which helps build strong relationships. Continuation of positive thought is one of the most powerful things you will ever create in the minds of students, parents, relatives, and friends.

This section of Tools 4 Schools provides you with important information relating to successful ways to communicate effectively with students, parents, relatives, and friends.

As part of the Catholic Schools own communications and branding effort, we ask every school within the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston to use the official “Catholic Schools” logo on their website and print collateral.

Below are different file types for the Catholic School logo. Please read the description of each type to find the appropriate file for your needs.

PNG – These files are to be used on the web and have a transparent background. To download a copy of each logo, click on image to enlarge then right click and select the “save picture as” option.

CatholicSchools_Logo CatholicSchools_Logo_OneColor  CatholicSchools_Logo_Spanish  CatholicSchools_Logo_Spanish_OneColor

High Resolution JPG – These files are print quality. To download a copy of each logo, click on image to enlarge then right click and select the “save picture as” option.

CatholicSchools_Logo CatholicSchools_Logo_OneColor CatholicSchools_Logo_Spanish CatholicSchools_Logo_Spanish_OneColor

PDF – These are vector files that can be re-sized to whatever is needed with out loss of quality. To download a copy of each logo, simply click on the image.

CatholicSchools_Logo  CatholicSchools_Logo_OneColor CatholicSchools_Logo_Spanish CatholicSchools_Logo_Spanish_OneColor

Brand Standards Manual is a guide on how to properly use the Catholic Schools logo in your printed and online material. Please download the Manual here.   Brand Standards Manual.

Communication Tools:

PR & Advertising Tips
Best Practices for Schools Using Facebook
Why Families Choose a Catholic School
Thou Shalt Not Ignore the Importance of a Website
The Dos and Donts
Ideas to Keep Your School in the New

Reference:

    Marketing for Enrollment

  Video reference library

Communication Consultants:

     Woodside and Associate